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Documentary about socio-political situation in Kosovo by Serbian journalist Milenko Sreckovic

Documentary about Kosovo will be a critical research of the living conditions of people in this region. It will reveal the real truth about Kosovo, one that is unknown and repressed by corruption, crime and ethnic hatred. Many relevant layers of the history will be presented and main contemporary issues dealt with in overt and unembellished manner: in the first […]

Balkans, Opinions, Serbia

Why US’s “collateral damage” and “errors” are not a war crime?

BELGRADE – Many innocent civilians were killed in American military interventions around the world – from Vietnam and Serbia to Iran and Afghanistan, because of the alleged “errors” or “collateral damage” – without consequences for civil and military leadership. In addition to political, military and every other power, Americans secured itself with legal mechanisms. Twenty-two civilians, wounded and doctors, among […]

Balkans, Middle East, News, Serbia

Palestine Supports Serbia on Kosovo

BELGRADE, June 10, 2015 – Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic stated on June 10, after a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, that Palestine was decisively against the recognition of Kosovo’s independence. Abbas stated that Palestine appreciated the support of Serbia during the vote on Palestine’s observer status in the United Nations, stressing the “historically friendly relations which bind the two […]

News, Opinions

Tony Blair Bears ‘Total Responsibility’ For Isis, Says Academic Who Advised Him On Iraq

There is “absolutely” a link between the invasion of Iraq and the rise of terror group Isis, for which Tony Blair bears “total responsibility”, says a leading academic who advised the then prime minister in the run-up to the war. Speaking exclusively to The Huffington Post UK, Professor George Joffe of Cambridge University said Tony Blair had a “shallow mind” […]